Ed. note: The following information was sent by Project Bread:
In Somerville, the Summer Food Service Program (funded by the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education) is gearing up to provide free, nutritious meals to area children. These programs are often held at schools, parks, swimming pools, playgrounds, and other community organizations.
Somerville will host 11 sites across the city, some beginning as early as June 25th. Sites are open to kids 18 and under and meals are free, no registration is required.
Bayshore Drive -Boat House
32 Shore Drive
Senator Corbett Park
Lexington Avenue Playground
25 River Road
114 Holland St
Mystic Housing and Playground
25 River Road
Dilboy MDC Pool
300 Alewife Brook Parkway
Latta Bros. MDC Pool/Foss Park
40 Fellsway West
101 Highland Ave
Kidstop at Powderhouse Park
College Avenue & Broadway
For more information, call Project Bread’s FoodSource Hotline at 1-800-645-8333 or visit www.projectbread.org/summermeals.
SOMERVILLE 2012: COMIDAS Y DIVERSIÓN TOTALMENTE GRATIS
¡Los niños de 18 años de edad y menores pueden disfrutar de una variedad de actividades y comidas sin costo alguno durante todo el verano!
Para más información, llame a Project Bread, a la línea directa y gratuita FoodSource al 1-800-645-8333 o visite www.projectbread.org/summermeals
SOMERVILLE 2012: COMIDA E DIVERSAO GRATIS
No Programa de Merenda de Verão do USDA, crianças de até 18 anos podem desfrutar de atividades e refeições grátis, durante o verão inteiro!
Para receber mais informação ligue a Linha de Recursos de Alimentos do Project Bread 1-800-645-8333 ou visite www.projectbread.org/summermeals
About Project Bread
As the state’s leading antihunger organization, Project Bread is dedicated to alleviating, preventing, and ultimately ending hunger in Massachusetts. Through The Walk for Hunger, the oldest continual pledge walk in the country, and other sources Project Bread provides millions of dollars each year in privately donated funds to support hunger relief through emergency programs, schools, community health centers, farmers’ markets, community suppers, home care organizations, and other programs that protect the individual and strengthen our community food security. For more information, visit www.projectbread.org.